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Technique(s) / What does W.Blk stands for?
« Last post by ling talfi on August 12, 2016, 03:51 AM »
Hi, I'm reading a drum book: "Charley Wicloxon - Modern Rudimental Swing Solos",
and on page 24, the "Corn Belt Jive" solo, there is a crosshair symbol with the "W.Blk" annotation above.

I'm not a drummer, but trying to program drums on logic pro x, so my question would be:
What does W.Blk refers to?
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A modern percussion instrument that is very immersive in music therapy. I recommend playing UFO drum, a steel tongue drum from Bali, Indonesia.

The first UFO drum was created in Siberia. Now we produce UFO Drums on the "Island of Gods" - Bali. Where from past people have national metal idiophone musical instrument "Gamelan". Each of UFO drum is perfectly hand-tuned by 20 years of experience master.


Our UFO Drums have moreover been used with much achievement by approved music consultants and their patients in an extensive variety of ways. You will love having the ability to add a melodic portion to your beats. An instinctual strategy to the notes makes it easy to explore new musical horizons.

The strong intelligent tones are calming and mind boggling for loosening up at whatever time. Besides, because of its insignificant design you can take it outside and welcome it in nature. Your next outside trek won't be done without UFO Drum time around the outdoors fire.
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Music, Musicians & Musicianship / Re: Let's See or Hear You Play!
« Last post by Jisipu Lung on August 03, 2016, 02:55 PM »
Aloha,

I play very calm and modern style of flamenco, mixed with elements of gypsy and celtic music.
Feedback is welcomed.
I wish you a good day and time to enjoy.

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Gear / Equipment / Instruments / Re: Drum Kit Cleaning
« Last post by Bart Elliott on August 02, 2016, 01:51 AM »
Cynthia, what kind of drum kit is it? What I mean is what kind of finish? Example: wood, metal, acrylic, etc.

There have been discussions here in the past about cleaning the hardware, if you'd like to do a search for that.
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General Board / Re: I'm New Here ... (introduce yourself)
« Last post by Cynthia Myra on August 02, 2016, 01:28 AM »
Hi Everyone.

This side is http://davidksmusicschool.com/. I live in San Jose and I’m 18 years old. I have just started learning drums.

Hope to get help from here whenever I face any problem.

Enjoy!!!!!!
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Gear / Equipment / Instruments / Drum Kit Cleaning
« Last post by Cynthia Myra on August 02, 2016, 01:26 AM »
Hi all.

Can anyone tell me what should I use to clean my drum kit?
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Gear / Equipment / Instruments / Help Me
« Last post by Cynthia Myra on August 02, 2016, 01:25 AM »
Hi friends. I’ve stuck in a problem. It would be nice if anyone can help me out in it.

Whenever I play drums with the sticks, they just slip off from my hand. My hands aren’t even wet but they slip sometimes. Can anyone tell me how can I keep them attached to my hands?


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Gear / Equipment / Instruments / Re: Pearl Drums in the 60s
« Last post by Louis Rushton on August 01, 2016, 08:07 AM »
  I believe I did,  But the name I remember was Jazz Crest it was my first set. My folks bought it for me around 1969 or 70. It was metal flake red 4 piece, I was very happy to get it but I also knew it was a beginner's set.
  I beat on it for about two years and I finely learned to keep a beat, got over the cross arm thing, LOL.
  I don't have it any more though, as soon as I was old enough to make money at the ripe old age of 15 I bought a used pearl set from a garage sale in the big city. Then I traded the Jazz Crest for an electric guitar and amp, and taught myself to play that as well.
  It's funny I just recently was looking at old family pictures and there it was my very first gig and my Jazz Crest, the one and only picture of it.
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Technique(s) / Re: Drum Lessons Benefit?
« Last post by Bart Elliott on July 29, 2016, 08:23 AM »
I think it is rather obvious how taking lessons on any instrument or classes on any subject is beneficial.

If you want to learn the basics and get a good foundation, you should study with a qualified instructor who knows the subject matter. Someone who is well-rounded and knows how to teach. The best instructors are those that don't just have the head knowledge but also have years of experience doing the very thing you are wanting to learn.

It's a vast topic actually ... but those are my broad points on why.

FYI ... there is a lot of good and bad information out on the internet for those wanting to learn on their own. Studying with a qualified instructor will always get you on the right path with the basics. If you want to continue in intermediate and advanced studies ... an educated, well-rounded, experienced instructor is always going to be the best. You want someone that teaches you how to teach yourself.
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Technique(s) / Re: Drum Lessons Benefit?
« Last post by Chip Donaho on July 28, 2016, 01:51 PM »
I'm thinking you just want to play drums for the hell of it? You will probably get nowhere without lessons. Even just the basics will be a big help. Learning to play rudiments will help put your hands and fingers in control of  playing with sticks.  ;)
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